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Brief description of the
Federal Chamber of German Architects (BAK)
Bundesarchitektenkammer e.V. 03.01.2013

The Federal Chamber of German Architects (BAK) in Berlin is the umbrella organisation of the Architects Chambers of the 16 German Länder – bodies of public law.

BAK represents nationally and internationally the interests of more than 126,900 architects (as of January 1st, 2013). Among them a majority of 87 per cent works as construction architects, 6 per cent work as landscape architects, 4 per cent are registered as interior designers and 3 per cent as urban planners.

The designations “architect”, “interior architect”, “garden and landscape architect” and “urban planner” are protected by the rules and regulations of the Architects Chambers of the Länder. Only those who are registered in the relevant Architects' Chamber are allowed to be entitled. Every registered architect receives the “Deutsches Architektenblatt” (DAB), the monthly official periodical of the BAK.

Main topics and tasks of the BAK:

  • To strengthen the consciousness of architectural culture and the built environment
  • Consumer protection
  • To maintain and improve the economic and legal conditions of professional education
  • To promote the cooperation and regular exchange of experience with the Architects Chambers of the Länder.

The Federal Chamber of German Architects is also the patron of the German architectural award which is granted every other year.

On an  European level, BAK is an active member of the Architects Council of Europe (ACE), the federation of the architects’ organisations for the member states of the European Union; it is located in Brussels. On an international level, the BAK represents the interests of German architects in the German section of the „Union Internationale des Architectes“ (UIA).

The BAK has founded the “Network for Architecture Exchange” (NAX) for promoting the activities of German architects abroad.

Information on our activities concerning Architecture and Children can be found here.

President: Dipl.-Ing. Sigurd Trommer
Secretary General: Dr. Tillman Prinz
Public Relations: Ute Kluge, Alexandra Ripa

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